One man’s tyrant is another’s freedom fighter the old adage goes, and the death of Fidel Castro has sparked as much celebration as it has sorrow in many of his former…
Miami’s Little Havana has erupted in celebrations at the news of Fidel Castro’s death.
The most powerful storm to hit the Caribbean for years leaves a trail of devastation in the poor island nation.
Planes have completed an aerial spraying for mosquitoes carrying Zika in Miami, despite protests over the insecticide’s possible harmful effects.
Authorities in Florida were increasing their efforts to combat the Zika virus on Wednesday after another local case was reported in Miami, bringing the total to…
Pregnant women are being warned not to travel to Miami in Florida after another 10 Zika cases were identified.
The Toronto Raptors made it through to the Eastern Conference Finals, thanks to a 116-89 win over the Miami Heat at the Air Canada Centre on Sunday
The Miami Heat entertained the Toronto Raptors and the home crowd in game four of the NBA Eastern Conference semi-final at the American Airlines
It all went down to the final minute in an absorbing Game 2 of the Raptors-Heat rumble for the NBA’s Eastern Conference semi-finals. Toronto just
Florida Senator Marco Rubio has declared his intention to run in the 2016 US presidential race. He is the third republican to announce his candidacy
Cuban citizens in Havana have high hopes that the apparent thaw in relations with the US will change their lives for the better. President Obama’s
In the Cuban capital Havana, there were celebrations at the news of the thaw in relations with the US. If Obama succeeds in getting Congress to drop
The super-wealthy have descended on Miami Beach for the Art Basel fair, a spin-off of the contemporary art fair held each June in Switzerland
The most lucrative deal in US professional sport was made this week when Baseball’s Giancarlo Stanton agreed an jaw-dropping contract extension worth
Coast Guard teams rescued at least eight migrants stranded in the waters of Florida’s Key Biscayne Bay on Monday October 27. The migrants, believed
The family of Steven Sotloff , the second American hostage to be killed by Islamic State (ISIL) militants, has paid tribute to the
At least two people have reportedly been killed and some five injured in an overnight shooting in Miami. Police are investigating the incident
Two people have been killed and four more wounded in a mass shooting in Miami, a fire department spokesman has told local media. Five people were
Fabien Cousteau is attempting to break his grandfather’s record for the longest time spent in an undersea laboratory. Fifty years ago the famous
Miami police have arrested a local artist who they say destroyed a $1 million vase by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei to protest that the city’s
Hundreds of people gathered in Miami in Florida in support of an 18-year-old graffiti artist, killed by a police stun gun. Israel Hernandez-Llach
A Miami man who reportedly posted a photo of his wife’s body on Facebook after killing her turned himself in to authorities on Thursday and confessed
The Miami Heat have been crowned kings of the NBA after winning the seventh and last game of an epic final 95-88, downing the San Antonio
Seven weight categories were in action on the second and final day of the Judo Grand Prix in Miami. Britain’s Tom Reed highlighted his World Judo
The Russians dominated the men’s 66kg category at the Judo Grand Prix in Miami. Abdula Abdulzalilov took on Yakub Shamilov. Abdulzalilov claimed
A woman driver accidentally hit an owl. At least she thought so. The woman believed that she had killed the owl. It turned out that not only did
Computer software tycoon John McAfee has arrived in Miami after being deported by Guatemala. The 67-year-old had been hiding there after evading
About 300 divers submerged to listen to a local radio station’s music broadcast beneath the sea in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Divers
The Ana Cecilia has become the first cargo ship to sail from Miami to Cuba in 50 years. The vessel arrived in Havana Bay on Friday, carrying
Ariel Sigler, released on June 12 after seven years in prison on a Caribbean island, was greeted by a crowd of supporters when he arrived on a